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    Another rail union reaches ratification of labor agreement

    The possibility of a railway strike has been high on the list of concerns for not just the U.S. trucking industry, but also the country as a whole as a strike could cause a supply chain blockage. The Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees Division, a union that has rejected a tentative labor agreement and […] More

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    First on scene: New Highway Angel

    Rick Ellis, who drives for Dustin Ellis Logging, was on the road in North Carolina during rush-hour on Aug. 31. At close to 8 in the morning, Ellis witnessed a multiple-vehicle crash. For his actions that followed, the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) has awarded him the designation of Highway Angel, as reported by Overdrive. Ellis, […] More

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    CLI optimizes fleet operations

    Efficiency is always the goal of truck driving carriers. The responsibility to figure out ways to optimize efficiency falls on the freight management team. To ease this responsibility, Carrier Logistics Inc., (CIL) has just released a new software. It focuses on logical routing and prioritizes plans for optimization. It allows for optimization across the entire […] More

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    Trucking industry raising awareness of veteran suicide rates

    The trucking industry often bands together to participate in charitable action. From toy drives around the holidays, to participating in programs to raise awareness on illnesses, those who work in trucking are consistently attempting to better the lives of others. And now, a trucking group committed to fitness for truckers, will host a challenge to […] More

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    Agricultural shippers ask for Congressional intervention to prevent strike

    Several trade associations and other branches of the transportation industry have reached out to Congress, urging them to help prevent a railway strike amid labor negotiations between rail unions and freight railways. The most recent group to send a letter to Congress asking them to immediately act if a railway strike is possible was the […] More

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